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post #31 of 84
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Originally Posted by Despos View Post
Beckenstein, 39th street, has a white on white seersucker cloth. That would make a casual, easy to wear summer DB jacket. Cloth is dirt cheap, practically free. your expense is in labor and trimmings.

I bought some seersucker from them last summer...tan on white and navy on navy...great stuff, and $10 a yard.
post #32 of 84
[quote=dl20;2857976]I have to find it but theres a pic of a buyer from Brunello cucinelli on the sartorialist with an amazing patterned DB sportcoat that I have always wanted to have made. Ill see if i can find the pic.

post #33 of 84
^ Wow.
post #34 of 84
While I like that in principle, the fit appears all wrong. Really like the shirt though.
post #35 of 84
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Originally Posted by luftvier View Post
^ Wow.

Not a fan of the fit, but the colors on that jacket are awesome .. everything was OK and then I saw the yellow eyeglass frames.
post #36 of 84
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I'm not the most conservative of i-Gents, but that seems too much for me...maybe for a BC buyer, but a public school history teacher? mmmmm
post #37 of 84
I have a similar jacket (sb), so I like the look.

I think the buttons are too close together and the elbow patches too much.

post #38 of 84
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I have a similar jacket (sb), so I like the look.

I think the buttons are too close together and the elbow patches too much.


You're right...now that ^^^ is something I could wear, and would wear, in the classroom. In fact, I just bought a Dreis Van Noten sc where the check is a bit more subtle that i LOVE.

post #39 of 84
Scott stands in the same spot every time


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post #40 of 84
Thats certainly it, thanks JP


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Originally Posted by dl20 View Post
I have to find it but theres a pic of a buyer from Brunello cucinelli on the sartorialist with an amazing patterned DB sportcoat that I have always wanted to have made. Ill see if i can find the pic.

post #41 of 84
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Originally Posted by bowtielover View Post
It only becoems an argument because you fail to see the correct side of th issue, which is mine.

post #42 of 84
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Originally Posted by bowtielover View Post
It only becoems an argument because you fail to see the correct side of the issue, which is mine.
Brilliant line.
post #43 of 84
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Originally Posted by Parker View Post
NYR, I think this DB looks great on you. You just get one like it in a darker color.




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post #44 of 84
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Originally Posted by sartort View Post
because bowties aren't dated.

Yes they are dated I never said they weren't but they are an accesorie and not a main peice. There is a huge diffrent between a dated accesory and a dated peice like a jacket.
post #45 of 84
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Now if someone can foof a windowpane on that...
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